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Ghani: three challenges of terrorism, drugs and corruption, threatens Afghanistan

2017-04-10 Muhmmad Ashraf Ghani

 

President of Afghanistan after the end of a trip to Australia, Indonesia and Singapore, Sunday at a news conference in Kabul attended and said that terrorist groups and their supporters want Afghanistan to become one of the bases of global instability.

Ashraf Ghani made the remarks at a news conference late on Sunday. 

Mr Ghani also said that apart from insecurity in the country we are also facing threatening drugs and corruption. But President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani did not mention the name of those countries or organ. 

He added:

"Afghanistan is not engaged in a war, but a war over Afghanistan, War is against terrorism, The two sides is that terrorist organizations and their supporters want the sacred territory into a base transform global instability, On the contrary, we want  stability and prosperity. "

Afghan president mentioned in the press conference regarding the objectives of his visit to the three countries, he said that the cooperation of these countries will be in various sectors including agriculture, mining and trade relations.

Insecurity is called one of the major challenges in trade, mining and infrastructure and economic programs.

According to President Ghani three challenges threaten the country: 

Our first problem is terrorism

And our second problem is war of narcotics 

The third problem is the image of us regarding corruption.

Mr. Ghani said during the press conference addressed some countries in the region that should differentiate between good and bad terrorists.

Ghani also said that the Afghan government tries to bring security and stability throughout the country, with its ruling.

Radio Azadi